Shadowlands

Shadowlands

by Charlie David

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Overview

Charlie David's celebrated collection of short stories explores the heartfelt, and sometimes heartbreaking passion and pain of gay sexuality. Ancient myths are re-imagined with an exciting queer twist masterfully depicting the charged, fragile relationships of urban life today.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781453604670
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/23/2010
Pages: 260
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Charlie David is a film and television producer and director.

A love of storytelling led Charlie David to start Border2Border Entertainment, a production company whose film and television credits include Shadowlands, Mulligans, Judas Kiss, I'm a Stripper (series), Studlebrity, Balls, Dating Unlocked, PolyLove and Positive Youth. Border2Border Entertainment's films have been licensed to Showtime, Vice, Super Channel, HBO Canada, MTV/LOGO, Sundance Channel, Discovery Networks, The Movie Network, Movie Central, Hollywood Suite, hereTV, Encore Avenue, and OutTV in North America as well as finding a worldwide audience through international distribution partners.

He is a graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts and his current passions include travel, encounters with wildlife, SCUBA diving, mosaic tiling and podcasts. He resides in Toronto and Montréal, Canada when he's not living out of a suitcase.

www.border2border.ca

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Shadowlands 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
bibrarybookslut on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Although many of the stories were a little short for my taste (they were, indeed, 'tastes' rather than 'meals' in their own right), Charlie David accomplishes something impressive here. Each story has it's own style, almost as if they were written by different authors, but there is definitely a consistent 'voice' that connected them. I simply can't think of any better way to explain it than that. You can almost picture yourself curled up on the couch, a pillow clutched to your breast, as you sit and listen to Charlie tell you some of his favourite stories. I genuinely liked the characters, but wish we could have had more time together. Many of the stories were so short (3-10 pages), there simply was no opportunity to really explore a relationship with them. Perhaps 'tease' would be a better description than 'taste' but some of the longer stories (Pygmalion, Harvest, and and Narcissus) are handled beautifully, and even some of the shorter stories (I'm particularly thinking of October 13th) do an admirable job, considering their brevity.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago